By Michael Atiyah (auth.), Vinicio Villani (eds.)
The quantity comprises the texts of the most talks introduced on the foreign Symposium on advanced Geometry and research held in Pisa, might 23-27, 1988. The Symposium used to be geared up at the celebration of the 60th birthday of Edoardo Vesentini. the purpose of the lectures used to be to explain the current scenario, the hot advancements and study tendencies for a number of suitable subject matters within the box. The contributions are by way of distinct mathematicians who've actively collaborated with the mathematical college in Pisa during the last thirty years.
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35 3. R. S.. 4. V. Kuznetsov, Petersson's conjecture for cusp forms of weight zero and Linnik's conjecture. Sums of Kloosterman sums~ Math. USSR Sbornik 39 (1981)~ 299-342. 5. A. Selberg, On the estimation of Fourier coefficients of modular forms, Proc. Symp. I. (1965), 1-15. 6. R. Wallach, Asymptotic ezpansions of generalized matriz entries of representations of real reductive groups. Lie Group Representations L~ Lecture Notes in Mathematics 1024, 287-369. , EY Dedicated to E. Vesentini to the occasion of his 60th birthday Gerd Dethloff and Hans Grauert Mathematisches Institut, Universit£t Ghttingen Bunsenstr.
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Complex Geometry and Analysis: Proceedings of the International Symposium in honour of Edoardo Vesentini held in Pisa (Italy), May 23–27, 1988 by Michael Atiyah (auth.), Vinicio Villani (eds.)